Chief Minister O Ibobi’s inauguration spree of some of the important public infrastructures in two different districts on a single day neatly captures the development mood that his government has been drumming up in the State for quite some time.
Manipur is one of those few places which are said to have only two seasons- rainy season and dry season, which could be more precisely explained as dusty season and the muddy season. This however doesn’t apply or mean that
Sarubam Dharmamala, the master craftswoman of coil pottery of Andro has breathed her last this month. Her demise is deeply felt by artisans and by her aficionados. As shared by people who have known her from her childhood days, Dharmamala
Sometimes it is difficult not to believe certain events in the physical world are inter connected, not just by coincidence, but magically by providence. Even as the FIFA World Cup concluded with its liberal doses of heartbreaks and triumphant moments,
The announcement of a Hindi bio-pic on Mary Kom immediately after the five times World Champion won the Olympic medal backed no less by a producer who is an acclaimed film maker in his own light was big news for
The reproach that we have an insensitive government in the State has been proved wrong. This is true, particularly for the last one month of football World Cup that just ended with Germany lifting the trophy. Electric power supplies to
The Imphal Municipal Council’s cleanliness drive to keep the Imphal city clean has already begun. As announced by the executive officer of the council, cleaning up Nambul River will be the priority. The executive officer while addressing to the media
Brazil’s shocking defeat in the hands of Germany in the semifinal match of the FIFA World Cup 2014 will remain the most embarrassing defeat for the five times world champion. The domination of the Germans in the semifinal match over
The Budget Session of the Manipur State Legislative Assembly is scheduled to begin on July 11, just one day after the Union budget is presented in the Parliament. While there can be nothing wrong with this timetable technically, one wonders
If the trouble brewing in the State Congress is at all a family matter, then the family is certainly an unhappy family. The spokesperson M Oken of the present State government has blamed the media of blowing up the issue.